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The Kerala health department is on a high alert as the deadly Nipah virus has caused a public health scare. While little is known about the Nipah virus in India, it is spreading fast in the region and has a reported mortality rate of 70 percent. The first case of Nipah virus was reported in 1998 in Malaysia. It was primarily caused in pigs and transferred to humans. Nipah Virus is not an airborne transmission infection, and only affects those who come in direct contact with the infected bodyMORE
Every day, there is a change happening in our world. In fact, the changes are so profound and so quick that most people don’t even have enough time to process this change. However, in this day and age when you're busy trying to keep up with everyday demands, you seldom have the time to think about what might happen well into the future—or for that matter even the very next day.
Having said that, no matter how uncertain "the future" might be, you would still want to do everything inMORE
Arguably one of the biggest dilemmas that almost every single insurance seeker faces today is which type of life insurance to buy that could serve as protection for their family while also providing some financial benefits. Although, the objective of everylife insurance policy is to safeguard your family against the various uncertainties life throws in your direction, not every policy comes packed with the same financial benefits. This, in turn, makes navigating the life insurance landscapeMORE
On January 26th, 1950, when Dr. Rajendra Prasad took the solemn oath as the first President of independent India, it marked the occasion when the people of India truly experienced their freedom from British Rule. Today, India ranks as the largest sovereign nation in the world in terms of population. However, despite being the largest sovereign nation and one of the world's fastest-growing economies, awareness of financial planning in India is extremely low. A lot of people are either unawareMORE
Why is World No Tobacco Day Important?
First organized by the World Health Assemblyin 1988, World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) is celebrated every year on the 31st of May all across the globe. The objective of this day was to create awareness amongst the general public as well as international governments about the harmful effects of tobacco use and to urge users to refrain from tobacco usage for a period of 24 hours in honor of this day. With a different tobacco-relatedMORE